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  • n. Plural form of fiddling.


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  • It includes 31 pieces, and the lesser among them feel powerless, the fiddlings of people left with no more effective way to make a mark.

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  • One reason the LOTR films are so bad is the seemingly endless number of minor alterations - little fiddlings with the plot and characters - that serve to constantly replace something that in Tolkien is strange and different with something that is .... well, not strange and different.

    Bleak House

  • Made cocky by my minor fiddlings around the edges of Folk, Comma, American, I checked the album in a convenient Tower Records, not tarot, but isn't that neat?

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • Eventually their random fiddlings convinced the dataset that somebody really young had opened up the box, and it shifted into kindermode.

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • Hercule Poirot took a deep breath, stepped up, sat down, and relaxed his head to Mr. Morley's profes sional fiddlings.

    One Two Buckle My Shoe

  • I believe it was one of his fiddlings that sent Nature into convulsions and caused the destruction of Pompeii -- so there!

    A House-Boat on the Styx

  • Whether it was mere good-nature or any warmer impulse, Phoebe was strangely tolerant of these fiddlings, and would go on playing for hours with serene composure, never tired and never impatient.

    Phoebe, Junior

  • Just from my own fiddlings -- did you receive my offline message?

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  • It's a measure of the greatness of Firth's performance as George that he sails right over these directorial fiddlings.

    Home Theater Forum

  • Rondo - Playing The Game and DVS Guitars are some unremarkable fiddlings around.

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